Oct. 31, 2011

 By Julie Thibodeaux    

A monarch sipping on your sunflower may seem carefree but it harbors ambitious plans. This time of year, when they stop for a drink, they’re refueling for a long haul to Mexico.    

Aftermath of Texas Wildfires

Sept. 30, 2011

By Kristy Alpert    

By Rita Cook     

By Amy Martin    moonlady.com
It was like riding a wave. That’s what the rising community energy was like when the tree brouhaha started at White Rock Lake.  But out of the tragic destruction of three ancient elms, something wonderful was born – an environmental festival: CommuniTREE by Earth Rhythms on Saturday, September 24 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Bath House Cultural Center.

BRIT includes a state-of-the-art herbarium with more than 1 million specimens.


Aug. 2011

By Julie Thibodeaux    

Kim Barney - Controlling Pests the Green Way

By Julie Thibodeaux 
Laura Eckroat wants to help kids get outside.

By Rita Cook     
It’s an organization in Arlington that folks can get behind just like current Arlington Conservation Council President Jo Ann Duman did eight years ago when she joined the board for the local organization. President of the council now for two years Duman says “I picked up a newsletter in the city library and attended a potluck brunch in 2001. I found the people fascinating and the monthly programs interesting.”